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Electronic Researcher Internship Interview: Stan Getz Library Berklee College of Music Presentation by Nick Lee LIS 469 eXtensible Markup Language
Agenda Internship Description Why I am an Ideal Candidate Hypothetical Scenario Choices for XML XML Steps Jazz.xml Jazz_style.xsl Completed Transformation
Internship Description: Electronic Resources Researcher “This internship will focus on ways to measure and improve usage of electronic resources in an academic library.”(Berklee, 2014) Determine library use of electronic resources (E-books, streaming media, article databases) (Berklee, 2014) Reference, Circulation, Acquisitions, Library Instruction (Berklee, 2014)
Why I am an Ideal Candidate Attention to Detail Strong Written and Verbal Communication Familiarity with HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, XML Strong Interpersonal Skills
Hypothetical Scenario: Stan Getz Berklee Library The Stan Getz Library is compiling a bibliography for staff in the history of Jazz performance class. They are looking for a selection of biographies and popular standards of famous Jazz musicians. This table is an XML documented list of the titles that they have requested.
Choices for XML The titles that have been selected encompass different aspects of jazz performance, including Jazz piano, Biographies, and Jazz Vocal titles The information is provided includes: title, author first name, author last name, publisher, year and ISBN number. The titles I have selected are hypothetical requests from Berklee faculty who are in need of assistance locating specific titles.
XML Steps First Created XML file: Root:”Books;” Descendants:”book idno (value), Title, firstName,lastName, publisher, year,isbn Second Created style-sheet including (template match, for-each select, html tagging,.etc> Linked the style-sheet to the jazz.xml page Parsed the XSLT with the XML